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1:35 PM ET, October 29, 2018

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John Wagner / Washington Post:
Despite calls to tone down his rhetoric, Trump renewed his attack on the press on Monday, calling them “the true enemy of the people”  —  President Trump lashed out anew Monday at the news media, calling it “the true Enemy of the People,” and he again blamed what he called …
Andrew Liptak / The Verge:
After Pittsburgh shooting, Gab has been suspended by PayPal, Stripe, and hosting provider Joyent; Microsoft had terminated Azure agreement with Gab last month  —  Stripe and cloud host Joyent have indicated that they will suspend Gab's accounts  —  Hours after Paypal confirmed …
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Sam Byford / The Verge:
Gab.com takes its service offline after GoDaddy informed the company they had violated terms of service and had 24 hours to move the domain to another provider  —  Gab, the controversial social network with a far-right following, has pulled its website offline after domain provider GoDaddy gave it 24 hours to move to another service.
Avery Anapol / The Hill:
Fox Business condemns rhetoric of Chris Farrell, who referred to the “Soros-occupied State Department” on Lou Dobbs' show, says it won't book Farrell in future  —  Fox Business Network will no longer book a guest who blamed the latest migrant caravan on the “Soros-occupied State Department.”
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Jon Levine / The Wrap:
Joe Scarborough says Fox News is inspiring people like the Pittsburgh mass murderer, a day after FT editor said Americans should boycott network's advertisers  —  Joe Scarborough accused Fox News on Monday morning of playing a direct role in inspiring extremists like Robert Bowers …
Discussion: The Guardian and Washingtonian
Associated Press:
Twitter apologizes for failing to take down threatening tweet sent to pundit Rochelle Ritchie by Cesar Sayoc after she appeared on Fox News  —  WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on pipe bombs sent to prominent critics of President Donald Trump (all times local):
Discussion: CNN, Fortune, Boing Boing and The Root
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Molly de Aguiar:
A look back at 15 months of projects supported by News Integrity Initiative, including work on civic dialogue, building trust, and fighting disinformation  —  Notes from 15 Months of Leading the News Integrity Initiative  —  In one of the many notebooks I filled since joining the News Integrity Initiative …
Vincenzo La Torre / South China Morning Post:
Condé Nast International is launching Vogue in Hong Kong in spring 2019, the 26th international edition of the magazine; Desiree Au named as publisher  —  - Publisher says it is attracted by Hong Kong's highly educated, sophisticated readership, and scale of the city's luxury business
Discussion: One Man & His Blog
Noreen Malone / The Cut:
A look at how theSkimm, the daily newsletter for millennial women, went from a small two-woman operation to being delivered to 7M readers a day  —  In early September, the whole staff of the Skimm, a current-events newsletter aimed at millennial women, gathered on gray couches for an all-hands meeting.
Charlie Warzel / BuzzFeed News:
The toxic political news cycle in the US is not “broken”; it is a feature of the system that participants and online platforms have helped build  —  It's become routine these days to hear people describe the churning cycle of politics and news, tossed back and forth between Twitter …
Discussion: CNN and @cwarzel
Andrew Gruen / Nieman Lab:
Study: of 8 nonprofit news orgs, 3 saw 20%+ decline in Facebook referrals, 2 went slightly down, 2 slightly up, and 1 up 40%+ after January's News Feed changes  —  On January 11, in the midst of a deepening crisis of public trust for the company, Facebook's Adam Mosseri (now head of Instagram) …
Desmond Butler / Associated Press:
As a grad student, alleged Russian agent Maria Butina worked on an assignment on the cyberdefenses of non-profits championing press freedom and human rights  —  WASHINGTON (AP) — A year before federal prosecutors accused Maria Butina of operating as a secret agent for the Russian government …
Discussion: @inteloperator
Mark Di Stefano / BuzzFeed:
William Sitwell, editor of UK mag Waitrose Food, suggested a series about killing vegans and force-feeding them meat in response to a pitch from a freelancer  —  “Thanks for this.  How about a series on killing vegans, one by one.  Ways to trap them?  How to interrogate them properly?
 
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